Discrete Choice Analysis

An introduction to the main techniques of discrete choice analysis and the design of stated choice experiments.

Monday 18 August to Friday 22 August 2014

Download the course flyer

Registration

Register and pay online

Enquiries

business.itlsinfo@sydney.edu.au

Applied Choice Analysis

Course Text

Applied Choice Analysis: A Primer by David Hensher, John Rose and Bill Greene (published by Cambridge University Press, 2005)

Participant Feedback

  • I wanted to say thank you for running last week's choice modelling course. I'm really pleased I attended and am confident in taking my analysis forward more robustly. I've already started using the reference material and NLOGIT for some of my analysis... Thank you again for such a well-run, well-taught course; I'd recommend it to anyone doing choice modelling. Anna Robak, PhD Candidate, Centre for Regulation and Market Analysis, University of South Australia
  • Thanks for an excellent course, it was very worthwhile and I hope to get to the experiment design course next year. Dr Sue Cassells, Senior Lecturer, School of Economics and Finance, Massey University, New Zealand
  • Just thought I would drop you all a quick e-mail to say I thoroughly enjoyed the 5 day course. It's not very often I attend a course and I learn something in every session. I certainly did that with this course. Now all I have to do is apply what I have learnt by developing choice experiments for my research. Thanks to everyone for making us welcome and for looking after us so well over the five days. Julia Logan, Head of Department, Patient Information Management Services, Child and Adolescent Health Service, Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Perth
  • The teachers are obviously world class with excellent ability to convey complex concepts in an understandable way.
  • John is an excellent teacher who is obviously passionate about his subject and getting this across to students.
  • John is an excellent teacher.
  • The best thing I found about this course? the high quality of instructors.
  • An excellent balance of lectures, high quality instructors.
  • Instructors are knowledgeable, patient and able to answer any questions from the class.
  • Everything was excellent.
  • The best thing? Articulation between estimate techniques and design experiments.
  • State of the art practice. Instructors share the latest techniques and ideas from the literature.
  • Excellent practical introduction to modelling and survey design. Very good instructors.
  • Clarity of information being conveyed, very practical, lecturers are very good and experienced.
  • Depth of knowledge of presenters who are leaders in their field in theory and practice, and their familiarity with and enthusiasm for content.
  • A balanced mixture of lectures and practical classes.
  • Excellent course. Should be compulsory for anyone claiming to be a researcher.
  • Ability of the instructors to deliver complex concepts in a clear manner and ability to share cutting edge research.
  • Excellent coverage of a large amount of extremely difficult and complex material.
  • Lots of state-of-the-art and practical information, high quality of teachers.
  • David, A wee note of thanks to you and your team for making my journey into DCM an enjoyable one. You have a really good process, the presenters know their stuff, this is really state of the art in postgrad/executive education. I found the content, scope and pace demanding, (which you want, the course would be a waste of time otherwise) but the structure and approach of the presenters nicely provided the remedy for this. Again, many thanks for a challenging and enjoyable week. Dr Chris Batstone, Senior Resource and Environmental Economist, The Cawthron Institute, New Zealand